Timothy Turner, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor - English
Office: SMC B215
Tim Turner received his Ph.D. in English from The University of Texas at Austin
in May 2010. Prior to his appointment at USFSM, he completed a Presidential
Excellence Postdoctoral Fellowship at UT Austin and an Andrew W. Mellon
Postdoctoral Writing Fellowship at Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX.
His research and teaching interests include Shakespeare and early British
literature, and his work on these subjects has appeared in Discoveries in
Renaissance Culture, Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, The Sixteenth
Century Journal, and Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
He is currently at work on a book project, tentatively entitled Torture and
the State of Exception in Early Modern Drama, that explores English
playwrights' critical scrutiny of extralegal powers exercised by Elizabeth I,
her ministers, and their successors.
Syllabi from recent semesters. Click on Course Prefix and Number to review course syllabus.
Example ENL 3015
Courses for Fall 2013
ENL 3015 Sec: 521
British Literature to 1616, TR 3:00pm-4:15pm
ENL 3331 Sec: 591
Early Shakespeare, T 6:00pm-8:50pm